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. >> the idea is to get the word out. ask everybody to use caution, prepare for tropical winds, that's what we're going to get. >> reporter: two conventions scheduled for this weekend will go on as scheduled. the high winds are expect to go down friday afternoon, the rip currents still will remain, swimming has been restricted likely through saturday.? we have our plans for the city and ready to go and ready to go through it. >> reporter: those were the other folks meeting this afternoon, what to do after hurricane earl leaves, how to clean up quickly t waves crashing in right now. a lot of the people on the beach didn't bring that you're sites and towels, they brought their binoculars and taking a look at the surf hurricane earl is kicking up here, really is quite an impressive sight to see. they are expecting the highest winds to be around 8:00 in the morning, all day, running 5:00 through 1:00 in the afternoon, after that expected to get pretty nice out here, not expecting a lot of labor day visitors to hurricane redown here through friday, when that high wind is going, i tell you even a ra
it cas coming from buckets. many of you have sent us pictures. scott humphrey sent australia picture. by the way that's not a reel dog, don't worry. he has sandbags by his car port ready just in case and check out this back yard swimming pool scott now has. hopefully the waters have started to come down just a little bit. as always, we thank you for sending in your photos, if you have pictures you can send them to us 24 hours a day at pix at wmar.com. let's get to lie net charles with your first forecast. lynette, how is it. >> still looking not so good. finally we had a bit of a lull but now starting to pick back up and have heavy rain bands, yellows and reds so we're going to be in it as we go through the overnight hours, then it's going to start to move out of here but in the meantime we're watching the water, the flooding situation, and all is the wind gusts, 40 plus miles per hour, tornado watch until 7:00 p.m., we have a flash flood warning until 6:15:00 p.m., and then the rainfall up to 4 to 10". i think along the coast the bay area we're going to definitely be seeing those 10
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